Urinary incontinence can have a dramatic impact on your life and therefore discussing this problem with a health professional is key. Don’t limit your activities and social interactions we are here to help.
First you need to have a consultation with one of our experts to make sure you are a good candidate.
Once approved for the procedure, you will be given instructions on how to prepare for it.
With your primary care provider’s approval, you need to stop any blood thinner or anti-inflammatories eg: Advil, Aleve, Motrin, and or Naproxen for 10 days. You will need to avoid wearing make up on the day of the procedure and for 48hrs thereafter.
Like any other conditions in our bodies, maintenance is the key to keep your new collagen and elastin.
We recommend a series of 3 sessions 4-6 weeks apart to maintain results and to continue to see your glowing, shinny and healthy looking skin, we recommend a session every 3-6 months as a maintenance after you finish your original 3 sessions.